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Resources for Exhibitions

Reference Materials

Approved Salmonella Pullorum-Typhoid Testers List - Current Through March 31, 2022

Note: The temporary policies that exempted pullorum testing at Michigan fairs and exhibitions and allowed for the use of expired pullorum antigen are no longer in effect. For 2021, pullorum testing is required at exhibitions, and the use of expired antigen is no longer allowed.

If you are a Certified Pullorum Tester and need to order Avian Test Forms (AI-013) for pullorum testing, please email your request to

Once forms are completed, mail the white copy to:

Dr. Jen Calogero
Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
525 W. Allegan Street
PO Box 30017
Lansing, MI 48909

2022 Fairs and Exhibitions Requirements

List of Reportable Diseases

2022 Requirements Presentation for the Michigan Association of Fairs & Exhibitions Convention

2021 Biosecurity Presentation for the Michigan Association of Fairs and Exhibitions Convention

2021 Pre-Fair Webinar: Keeping Animals and People Healthy at Fairs and Exhibitions

Frequently Asked Questions: Stop for Poultry and Waterfowl Exhibitions


Animal Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Beef Cattle Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Chicken Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Dairy Cattle Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Dog Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Duck Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Goat Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Horse Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Llama Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Rabbit Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Sheep Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Swine Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

Turkey Exhibit Hand Washing Sign

CDC Wash Your Hands Sign

Exhibitor Biosecurity Sign

No Food or Drink in Barns Sign

Poultry Biosecurity Sign

Signs of Illness Barn Posters

Stop Wash Your Hands Sign


African Swine Fever

Animal Check-In

Arboviruses - West Nile virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Avian Influenza Informational Card

Cattle Movement Brochure

Cleaning and Disinfection: Pig Barns at County Fairs


Equine Biosecurity (for exhibitors)

Equine Biosecurity (for event and show managers)

Equine Testing Requirements 

Health Basics: Infectious Laryngotracheitis (for exhibitors)

Health Basics: Infectious Laryngotracheitis (for poultry superintendents and fair managers)

Health Safety Tips: Swine Influenza


Record Keeping Basics


Swine ID for Exhibitions

Veterinary Feed Directive Youth Brochure

For more information and resources on swine influenza and exhibitions, please visit the Michigan State University swine influenza page.